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the former first lady beating the rest of the potential 2016 presidential field by a mile poor joe biden, when the president bid farewell to ms. clinton in late january, it was quite the sendoff i think hillary will go down as one of the finest secretary of states we have h it has been a great collaboration other the last four years. i'm going it miss her. i wish she was sticking around. she has logged in so many miles i can't begrudge her take it easy for a little bit. i want the country to appreciate just what an extraordinary role she has played. >> now, that's all very sweet, but is it true? forget party politics for a element no. was mrs. clinton, objectively speaking, really a great secretary of state? it's glaringly apparent that our relationship with russia is in tatters which she began by botching the translation of the word reset on a button she handed russian counterpart and that was back in 2008. after giving russia what it wanted on the eastern european missile defense field. russia repaid us by continuing to help the asyrian regime and cruelly banned american adoptions. as
that the two strongest candidates, if she doesn't run, would be somebody like andrew cuomo or joe biden. you have to watch and see whether she's going to run. if she runs, an altered the landscape dramatically because she's so strong. >> would you tell martin o'malley if they asked you your advice, is it worth doing it, is it worth trying the uphill battle that it's going to be. you found yourself in that situation, tougher to raise money, tough to get people, because they all jumped on one of the two front-runners in the race that you were involved in. >> yeah, i would say go for it. i'm different than other people. i would say to the o'malleys, to joe, cuomo, others contemplating it, out west and montana, my friend brian i think is a viable candidate. i would say, you know, dip your toe in. don't -- never say never. but, you know, do some polling. do some travel. iowa and new hampshire is so important because they're so early. if she gets in, obviously, she is an immediately strong front-runner. probably the strongest front-runner we've ever seen moving early in a presidential race. but if
rubio and hillary clinton and joe biden but no paul ryan or mario cuomo. >> i just read about mario cuomo, andrew cuomo i guess. we have a debate about it all the time. our reporters are very reluctant to become part of this, the cottage industry of the next presidential election the day after the last one. >> that is our cottage industry and we will stay with that. >> but the reality is we all do it. i think right now it least i've been impressed as an industry and not getting too far ahead of ourselves and allowing it to be the players. paul ryan is not doing anything to really make it look like he is running for president right now. i feel like it probably is but he is keeping a lower profile than rand paul is. and so i think right now certainly most of the reporting that i see frankly has been pretty good about keeping it limited to the people that are made the moves towards that. >> donald trump? [laughter] >> others? >> we started off earlier in this discussion talking about a bio with "the washington post" and with a heritage traditional media site like that one of the things
ourselves on. >> i remember joe biden always came in dead last. least rich on capitol hill. he made $200 on his book last year. [laughter] >> i know everyone has questions. each team has worked somewhere else. some of you have worked in more traditional places compared to where you are now. can you tell us how that is different for you personally, what you feel has been a change for you perhaps in moving into the work you are doing now. we're also interested in how you help students prepare for this environment where there are all of these opportunities. what do they need to know to take advantage of opportunities that are out there? >> i think they need to learn how to code. as someone who has worked for a newspaper for 24 years, the last six of that running politifact. i am struck by the tremendous opportunity for students that can understand the fundamental of journalism and understand computer science, understand html and want to take the curiosity of a journalist and put it to work on the web. >> i will push back a little bit on that from my own interest and say i do not care if the
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